Company Information
Address 714 E Monument Ave, suite 130
Dayton, OH, 45402-1382


DUNS: 831845255

# of Employees: 13

Ownership Information

HUBZone Owned: N

Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N

Woman Owned: N

Award Charts

Award Listing

  1. Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Materials for High Strain Rate Applications

    Amount: $104,990.00

    Metallic additive manufacturing (AM) is an attractive technology for the production of lethality test articles due to the potential for significantly reduced lead time and manufacturing cost.However, ...

    STTRPhase I2018Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency
  2. High Throughput Static and Dynamic Testing of AM Materials for Uncertainty Quantification and Qualification

    Amount: $124,762.00

    Qualification of additively manufactured parts is hampered by the inherent uncetainty in properties due to heterogeneity in processing, microstructure, and defects. The proposed effort combines high-t ...

    STTRPhase I2018Department of Defense Navy
  3. Microstructure-Informed ICME for Pptimizing Post-Build Heat Treatment (HT) and Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) Processes for Enhanced Fatigue Performance

    Amount: $124,983.00

    The widespread adoption of AM for production of structural components is often stymied by the variability in static and dynamic properties caused by application of non-optimized post-processing scheme ...

    SBIRPhase I2017Department of Defense Navy
  4. Adaptive Data Collection for Optical Quantification of Microtextured Regions

    Amount: $149,996.00

    Assessment and quantification of microtextured regions (MTR) is an important quality control metric for aerospace titanium alloys, such as Ti6Al4V, as MTR have been linked to degredation of fatigue pe ...

    SBIRPhase I2017Department of Defense Air Force
  5. Microstructure Informatics for Propagating Uncertainty in Material and Processing to Performance Predictions of AM Titanium Parts

    Amount: $79,976.00

    During AM of metallic alloys, a material exhibits several complex physical phenomena that impact the spatial distribution of heterogeneous material properties within a built component. Subsequent post ...

    STTRPhase I2016Department of Defense Navy
  6. Microstructure-Based Topology Optimization for Air-Platform Structural Components Made by Additive Manufacturing

    Amount: $79,923.00

    Topology optimization (TO) has become a relatively mature field utilized in the fields of aeronautical, civil, mechanical and materials engineering. For a given design domain, TO seeks to find the opt ...

    SBIRPhase I2016Department of Defense Navy
  7. Adaptive Microstructure-Based Approach for Rapid Qualification by Similarity of Ti-6Al-4V Parts Manufactured by Additive Manufacturing (AM) Techniques

    Amount: $79,993.00

    Qualification of metallic materials is a crucial, yet arduous, step towards reliable insertion of new materials and processing technologies. This process relies on standardization and comprehensive ch ...

    SBIRPhase I2015Department of Defense Navy
  8. Integrated surface acoustic wave and microstructure informatics techniques for rapid identification and quantification of microtextured regions in met

    Amount: $149,930.00

    ABSTRACT: Microstructure heterogeneities occur commonly in metallic aerospace materials. These are sometimes desired and exploited in tailoring location specific properties (e.g., turbine disks with ...

    SBIRPhase I2014Air Force Department of Defense
  9. Microstructure Sensitive Stochastic Finite Element Tools for Poly-crystalline Metals

    Amount: $149,979.00

    Accelerated insertion of new high-performance materials, as envisioned by the Materials Genome Initiative and Integrated Computational Materials Engineering paradigm, necessitates a detailed understan ...

    SBIRPhase I2014Department of Defense Navy
  10. Tailoring Titanium Microstructures for Reduced Oxygen Ingress during High Temperature Applications using a Novel Microstructure-Informatics Approach

    Amount: $749,889.00

    ABSTRACT: High temperature applications of titanium alloys are limited by their affinity to oxygen. In these alloys, oxygen absorption results in a brittle surface layer that has a deteriorating eff ...

    SBIRPhase II2013Department of Defense Air Force

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